Julius Shulman once said that the camera is the least important element in photography.
I am quoting him as I am terrible in quotes myself, and because to me as well, the essence of photography lies in people. Their beautiful perplexity, their stunning simplicity, their rad ideas, their sense of humor, their character, and the relationships established among us.
The people I capture become my friends and family. They are the driving force, my three "s" the ones who have been sparking, spurring and shaping my work through the years.